Dating without obligation
When "they refuse to discuss if they'll come to your cousin's wedding or make plans more than a week or so in advance," that is a definite lack of commitment, and things can only get worse from there.Save yourself some heartache and have a heart-to-heart."One clue that they want to break up would be that they are less patient and more prone to argue," relationship coach Chris Armstrong tells Bustle.But if you're early in a relationship and you don't go out at all over the weekend, then things may be a bit wobbly.Similarly, if you're in an LTR and you haven't been going out much, you might want to look into why that is so.
A healthy relationship is all about helping each other talk through days both hard and good.If you haven't heard a peep from your partner all week, see what's up.So maybe you do go out, but your partner is pulling some weird "limited quality time" stuff on you, life coach Kali Rogers tells Bustle.It's important to just discuss one another's lives, and if that's not happening, it could be a sign."Interest in each other is one thing that makes relationships special, and when a person stops taking interest in what you are doing and stops sharing what they are doing, the relationship could be headed south," he says. When you dread spending time with them, that's a gut feeling of something being totally off, Caitlin K.Roberts, founder of To Be a Slut and cofounder of I'd Tap That, tells Bustle.